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posted 20 Mar 2011, 19:17 by Narelle Sutton   [ updated 24 Oct 2011, 16:32 by Russell Best ]

Thursday 5th May, 2011.

Have you ever spotted an echidna or platypus on your meanderings around Riddells Creek?

Riddells Creek Landcare is hosting a community information night on all there is to know about these two locals and invite you to share your sightings too.

Dr. Kath Handasyde is a senior lecturer in wildlife ecology and management at the University of Melbourne. Her primary research interests are the habitat requirements, ranging behaviour, and feeding and reproductive ecology of Australian native mammals with a keen interest in wildlife management. We look forward to sharing this evening with you and are sure Kath’s vast knowledge will make for a very informative and interesting event.

 When: Thursday 5th May

Time: 7.30pm

Where: Riddells Creek Senior Citizens hall

 Further info:  email: info@riddellscreeklandcare.org.au

phone: Narelle Sutton 0430022971

 

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